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Tourism and travel Information for the Limestone Coast, South Australia

With beautiful beachside towns, stunning coastline, famous attractions, water sports, an abundance of activities for all ages and plenty of family fun, the Limestone Coast is the ideal holiday playground for your next vacation. With so much to see and do, both on and off the water, the Limestone Coast is a picturesque location, located along the south east coastline from the Victorian border right around to Adelaide. It is a newly adopted name for this region and includes places like Beachport, Cape Jaffa, Bordertown, Coonawarra, Kingston, Keith, Millicent, Mount Gambier, Robe and Port MacDonnell just to name a few.

There are many different places along the Limestone Coast that you can visit that all hold their own delights and attractions for you to enjoy, and where ever you are within the Limestone Coast you will always have a host of things to see and do. From wonderful food and wine to sample along the way, cruises, charters, tours and exciting adventures, you can experience this region just how you want to. There are miles and miles of scenic drives to make your way along which will bring you upon anything from National Parks, forests and rugged coastline. Take a hike, go bird watching, get up close and personal with a variety of wildlife, visit the white kangaroos of Bordertown, take a drive to the Blue Lake or even swim in the famous pool of Siloam. Whether you are in the countryside or along the coastline, you will find so many things to fill up your days with in the Limestone Coast.

The Valley Lake - Mt Gambier Coonawarra Vineyard Robe

Enjoy a picnic in one of the foreshore parklands, have a BBQ by the beach, take the kids down to the water where they can swim, snorkel, kayak and enjoy a whole range of water sports all year round. Browse through museums, wander through markets, stalls, shops and galleries to see the works from local artists and taste some of the fine local produce as well. Freshly caught seafood can be something that you dine on everyday or maybe you might like to join a fishing charter to catch your own dinner. Take the kids to feed the possums at Mount Gambier, tour around the Blue Lake which is a sight not to be missed or spend some time in one of the many playgrounds. There are stretches and stretches of beaches to walk upon, rocks and caves to explore and golf course to play a game on.

Come and soak up the history and culture that surrounds the Limestone Coast and see how it came to be over the last 26 million years. Enjoy food and wine like never before, book onto a great tour to see the sights, cruise along the Glenelg River or dive some of the best dive spots in Australia. You can plan a holiday in the countryside or one by the water edge, but either way the Limestone Coast is a destination that you must enjoy. There are lakes, rivers systems, waterways, beaches and open ocean water, you can dine out at exquisite restaurants, meet up with friends in one of the bar and pubs, and take in some excellent attractions along the way. With the great range of Limestone Coast accommodation ranging from budget right through to luxury accommodation where nothing is left to chance, your holiday in the Limestone Coast will be just what you are looking for. Somewhere where you can escape from it all, soak up the fresh clean air, indulge your every whim and have a vacation like never before. The Limestone Coast is a destination for all travellers, young or young at heart!













Important Travel Information for the Limestone Coast:
    » Limestone Coast Council   » Limestone Coast Tourism  
    » Wiki Travel - Limestone Coast   » Smartraveller.gov.au  
    » Bom.gov.au